The CRIC annual event will be in hybrid form again this year with some colleagues returning to Harris Manchester College in September and others coming in on-line.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists has announced that Lord John Alderdice has been awarded its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award for 2022…
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David has appointed Lord Alderdice an Honorary Professor of Practice at the University where he will be continuing his work with the Global Humanity for Peace Institute.
Lord Alderdice has today (Tuesday, July 10) been awarded an Honorary Doctorate (Doctor of Literature) by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
When reading Exodus 20 v 1-17 (the Ten Commandments) and John 2 v 13-22 (Jesus…
At this Advent Season we focus a great deal on the story of the birth of Jesus, however, it does not seem that this was the main focus of the Gospel writers.
Sermon preached by Lord Alderdice at the church of St Michael and All Angels on Sunday 21st November 2021
Readings from the Lectionary – Daniel 7: 9-10, 13, 14; John 18: 33-37; Revelation 1. 4b – 8
I have long felt an identification with the Belfast boy, C.S. Lewis, whose early years were spent in Little Lea, a lovely house near to the home in east Belfast where Joan and I lived for some thirty-five years.